Fieldiana, Popular series, Botany, was published by Field Museum of Natural History, Dept. of Botany as Leaflet (no. 1-9, 1922-1924), and as Botany leaflet (no. 10-25, 1924-1940), and by Chicago Natural History Museum as Popular series: Botany (no. 26-27, 1947-1950) Topics: Fig, Vijgen
Fieldiana series has been published as Geological Series by Field Columbian Museum (1895-1909) and Field Museum of Natural History (1909-1943), and as Fieldiana: Geology by Chicago Natural History Museum (1945-1966) and Field Museum of Natural History (1966-) Topics: Promartes, Zodiolestes, Paleontology -- Miocene
byLundelius, Ernest L., 1927-; Turnbull, William D
The potoroines represented in the Madura Cave deposits are Potorous platyops, Caloprymnus campestris, Bettongia lesueur, and Bettongia penicillata. -- Potorous platyops, found in Units 1 through 4-5, is not significantly different from Pleistocene, Holocene, or modern specimens from other parts of Australia. -- Caloprymnus campestris, which occurs in all units, shows no significant morphological or size change through the sequence and is smaller than the samples from teh Pleistocene of Lake... Topics: Paleontology, Mammals, Fossil, Paleontology -- Pleistocene, Paleontology -- Australia Western...
Fieldiana, Popular series, Anthropology, was published by Field Museum of Natural History, Dept. of Anthropology as Leaflet (no. 1-14, 1922-1924) and Anthropology leaflet (no. 15-34, 1924-1945), and by Chicago Natural History Museum as Anthropology leaflet (no. 35-36, 1945) and Popular series : Anthropology (no. 37-38, 1948-1959) Topics: Sago, New Guinea
Field Museum of Natural History (1909-1943, 1966-) began as the Field Columbian Museum (1895-1909) and changed its name to Chicago Natural History Museum from 1943-1966 Topics: Tobacco, Smoking, Tobacco pipes
Members of the South American marsupial family Microbiotheriidae are known from Late Oligocene (Colhuehuapian) and Early Miocene (Santacrucian) age beds in Patagonia, southern Argentina, and in the Recent fauna from Chiloe Island, south central Chile, and from adjacent parts of Argentina. Two genera, Microbiotherium and Dromiciops, and seven species are recognized. Microbiotherium divisum (Ameghino, 1902e) is known only from the Colhuehuapian. M. acicula (Ameghino, 1891); M. patagonicum... Topics: Marsupials, Fossil -- South America, Microbiotheriidae